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Eight 'zoomable' artworks from the V&A's computer art collections.

James Faure Walker

'Dark Filament'
2007


James Faure Walker

'Blue Bowls'
2002


Desmond Paul Henry

'Serpent'
1962


Leon Harmon and Ken Knowlton

'Studies in Perception' (also known as 'Nude')
1997


Manfred Mohr

'P-62 (floating points)'
1970


Manfred Mohr

'P-176'
1975


Roman Verostko

'Manchester Illuminated Universal Turing Machine, #1'
1998


Mark Wilson

'e4708'
2008

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Medieval and Renaissance Stained Glass in the Victoria and Albert Museum (PB)

Medieval and Renaissance Stained Glass in the Victoria and Albert Museum (PB)

The stained glass collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum is the largest in the world, making it possible to chart the development of the art in …

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The Museum of Savage Beauty

The Museum of Savage Beauty interactive web feature explores the hidden stories and craftsmanship behind some of the most remarkable objects made by Alexander McQueen and his creative collaborators. Here the designer's iconic pieces are placed alongside historical objects from the V&A’s collections, which represent some of the many design traditions that inspired him.

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Event - Aberdeen Art Gallery at the Fleming Collection: Northern Lights

Mon 02 November 2015 10:00–11:30

This autumn the Fleming Collection is exhibiting a selection of works from Aberdeen Art Gallery and Cowdray Hall, providing a rare opportunity to see them in London.

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